Summary: This game get's back to "classic" Indiana Jones in that it finds our heroe searching for another Biblical relic... this time the staff Moses used to part the Red Sea. Because it's on the Wii, it is highly interactive. You get to control the way he punches and uses his whip (i.e. jabs, hooks, crosses w/ the right and left, whip low, medium and high). It is a bit sensitive to your movements so it might take some practice (like it did for me) to get the hang of it.
Summary: A lot of people have criticized this game, and at one point I was one of them. When this game first came out I bought it for the PS2 and I quickly forgot all about it, to this day I have no idea where I put it. But, I have been a fan of Indy for many years so I thought the Wii version was worth a shot and I am glad I did. First off, the controls. The controls are not bad, they take a while to get use to but once you do you start having a lot of fun playing this game.
Summary: I've been looking for something as much fun as Prince of Persia. My son and I enjoyed this game very much. There are game-play surprises right to the very end, with enough variety in motion (elephants!), fighting, and movement to keep us excited throughout. Lots of fun. Much better than Tin Tin.
Summary: over all this is a fun game to play. The levels are easy to figure out and navigate. However there are few glitches in the game that do effect how you play. Sometimes you can stand right next to baddie and swing at him and never hit him thenhe hits you once and you die, another one i noticed was a couple times the controls wouldn't work in a fight and or a baddie could throw punches faster than a machine gun and you cant run away or block him.